True 2 Life Music - Black Gods Never Die

Posted 3 years ago

Brooklyn hip-hop crew True 2 Life Music has come together with The DJBooth to bring fans its latest digital album, Black Gods Never Die.

The project packs nine original cuts from Concise, K. Words and Slangston Hughes. Included are reader-approved singles "We Go," "Who Do You Love?" and "Dopefiend Willie." The sole guest on the project, Kaye Mahogany lends her vocals to tracks one and two, while True 2 Life Music produces all beats and Gee Flow handles the mixing.

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